OK, once you start to hear about this dream of a quirky Birtsmorton Court wedding, you’re going to want to skip ahead to the pictures. But slow that scroll, and let me give you some of the delicious details first.

Firstly, I’ve got to talk to you about Hatty’s fab-u-lous wedding day style. She wore a total stunner of a handmade, raw silk dress which wrapped around her waist, and chose Irregular Choice shoes to go with it – this quirky, colourful and oh-so-comfortable shoe brand is one of my absolute favourites. I also had some serious serious hair envy! Hatty’s half-hot-pink hair was braided and threaded with flowers, and it looked uh-MAZING.

I know they’re not everyone’s cup of tea, but I love weddings with young children present. They make for wonderfully cheeky, unexpected and adorable moments, and Hatty and Stephen’s utter cutey of a daughter didn’t disappoint. Did you know that some children can fly? Well, next best thing anyway 🙂 She had me grinning all day with her antics, and I dare you not to smile when you look at the favourites gallery below. It’s impossible!

I’m all about that cake…

OK…what next? I’ve gotta tell you it is HARD to only pick a few things to focus on when there was so much gorgeousness on display at this quirky Birtsmorton Court wedding. But, it would be wrong not to spend a bit of time basking in the glory that was Hatty and Stephen’s wedding cake. It was a sculptural, multi-tiered, flowery tower of deliciousness! Chocolate pearls, roses, thistles, a cheeky little mouse and a plaque with the couple’s names on it. Cakey genius in action from the team at Choccywoccydoodah.

It’s almost picture time, I promise. But I just want to give Hatty and Stephen a quick high five for their wonderfully adventurous spirit. I was able to capture some of my favourite couple’s portraits of all my weddings this year thanks to their willingness to go a bit off piste, clamber over a gate and end up in a luscious yellow field of rapeseed. Just perfect. Feast your eyes on these favourites – it was a seriously hard job choosing just a few of them!

If you’re planning a wedding full of fun and these images make you smile as much as I hope they will – why not get in touch for a chat? I’d love to hear about your plans.

 

Quirky Birtsmorton Hall Wedding Favourites

 

Hatty's raw silk wedding gown is displayed on a mannequin on an outdoor terrace Velvet Irregular Choice shoes with a bow and painted floral soles are pictured on a metal filigree chair Hatty's hair is half dyed hot pink and braided with gypsophila for her quirky Birtsmorton Court wedding A morning cuppa rests on an Edward Monkton 'Pig of Happiness' mat Steven ties his black and tan leather brogues with purple laces Hatty and Steven's daughter smiles cheekily for a camera Hatty's daughter plays dress up in her mum's bridal shoes while Hatty looks on and smiles Hatty poses with her bridesmaids, wearing dark grey satin dresses and holding a bouquet of succulents and pale pink blooms Hatty's dad's vintage Morgan waits to drive her to her quirky Birtsmorton Court wedding Two buttonholes each including a blue thistle are pictured on a wooden windowsill Purple and white wildflowers are tied around the pew ends in church Bride Hatty is greeted by the vicar as she exits her vintage car at the church Hatty walks down the aisle on her father's arm, holding her bouquet with a trailing grey ribbon A black and white shot of the couple at the altar, holding hands as they are pronounced man and wife The couple's daughter pokes her tongue out at the cameraHatty and Steven kiss outside the church after their wedding ceremony The newlyweds walk through the churchyard in a shower of petal confetti The couple's daughter looks cheeky in her mint green flower girl dress as she pretends to drive the wedding car A close up of the flowers, featuring thistles and red anemones Hatty and Steven are seated in the green vintage Morgan, ready to drive from the ceremony to the reception Paper pom poms in hot pink, yellow and orange hang from a tree outside the venue A group shot across the water of all the wedding guests at Birtsmorton Court The table plan, made of picture frames with different flowers in them and displayed on a white easel A close up of one of the place settings, featuring a gift bag and a laser cut wooden place name A close up of one of the table centres, with pillar candles and gypsophila, a laser cut table number and wildflowers in a bud vasePom poms and honeycomb balls hang over the guestbook table at Birtsmorton CourtThe couple's wedding cake from Choccywoccydoodah, featuring chocolate roses, pearls and a plaque in blue and cream with their married name on itA close up of some of the details on the wedding cake, including a mouse peeping out from behind a rose, all sculpted from chocolate The adventurous bride climbs over a gate in her wedding dress while on their couple's shootHatty and Steven kiss, while her veil blows towards the camera. They stand in a field of bright yellow rape seed flowers while dark clouds gather above themThe newlyweds gaze into each others eyes surrounded by bright yellow rapeseed flowers A shot taken through the leaves of a plant in the grounds of Birtsmorton Court, with Hatty and Steven seen kissing in the background Hatty and Steven cut their epic wedding cakeSteven dips his bride during their first danceOne of the children is swung high into the air on the dancefloor at Birtsmorton Court The clouds are an amazing deep lilac as the sun sets. Hatty and Stephen walk away from the camera, swinging their daughter by the hands between them The couple stand in the long grass, hand in hand at sunset. The clouds look really dramatic in shades of mauve, pink and purple

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Lovely and sharp images!! Beautiful work

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